My company has many locations, but everyone has to have a standard email
address (whoever at mycompany.com). As the company has grown a lot, I have a
lot of people from many locations flooding my email server. I think I've
heard that Sendmail can be configured to have many subdomains (like
location1.mycompany.com and location2.mycompany.com) and map mails for those
subdomains as if they were the 2nd level domain (whoever at mycompany.com ==
whoever at location1.mycompany.com). All this would mainly be aiming at
reducing the traffic through my internet connection.
Would an alias configuration make the emails come all the way down to my
mailhost and then all the way back up to the subdomain?
Is there any other configuration possible (like MX fields)?
Thanks to all in advance,
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